Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was chosen for its high standard of quality and amazingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers. Brought to you by Daily Magic Productions, creators of the acclaimed Dark Dimensions series, comes a chilling new dark dimension to explore! Years ago, your parents disappeared while investigating an abandoned mansion in Whispering Hollows. Since then, you’ve been traveling the country, tracking down Dark Dimensions and seeking answers to your parents’ strange disappearance. Finally, after all these years, the truth behind your family’s greatest tragedy will be revealed. It’s time to visit Barton Mansion, where it all began. Just watch your back, because this mansion is far from abandoned. All of your training and experience has led to this haunting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! See what our Beta testers had to say: “Amazing!!! That's the type of game I love to play. Full of achievements, rewards and challenges, without mentioning the beautiful landscapes and quality of the scenarios. Can't wait until it's available for purchase” - Sean, Beta Tester “Wonderful Graphics, coins and collectibles well hidden. Puzzles not too challenging and suitable for all players. I like the fact that there are mini games in between too. This game is every bit as good as all the others” - Stephanie, Beta Tester
Fille sfax Dark Dimensions: Homecoming
Every time I had to get him to help me, it was a delight! The bonus match 3 was a little War Chariots: Royal Legion but enjoyable. Unfortunately, due to Dark Dimensions: Homecoming amount of puzzles, the adventure Hmoecoming was quite minimal. It's a bit Dimensionx:, but interesting and fun. Here are some things I like about this game: 1 It drives me crazy when a game has completely unnecessary actions. This story reminds me of the Winchester Mansion, which is supposedly a true story. This is one helper I do love, so funny and cute. I absolutely loved this feature and hope it makes regular appearances as the game goes on. Your smartphone is Darrk you will access all your notes, objectives and achievements, and you can Dimensiohs: the map which is located on your phone as well. I love that they kept Rocky from the previous game and even incorporated him into the gameplay as a helpful companion. You can buy things with collectible coins scattered throughout the game. I thought the dog room was cute but I felt something was lacking. With those adorable, puppy eyes! I like the story very much.
Your best friend, a Siberian Husky who seems to have enough energy for this case and a few other haunted houses. Homecoming is a well-balanced and entertaining game that hits all the right marks. Great Job!!! Lots of nice puzzles with clever, creative, and cool solutions. The puzzles were fantastic as well, but there sure were a lot of them! Most of the challenge comes from clever interactive elements. I kept thinking of those home improvement shows on TV where homeowners become obsessed with their house and renovations are a skip in the park and everything gets wrapped up with a bow in half an hour. Fortunately, they didn't disappoint! Because of my personal tastes, I would have preferred a couple more HOS and a couple less puzzles, but that's just me. This was a problem for me in Dark Dimensions 3, too. I specially liked my little helper, but I won't be spoiling that for you. The bonus match 3 was a little random but enjoyable. But for their next game, I definitely want to see more of the adventure component. There weren't any plot twists or suspense, and if the game hadn't been as fun as it was, I might not be buying.
I felt the voice-overs could have been a lot more dramatic. It is not perfect, but is certainly extremely close to it. I played on Hard and loved the challenge. Rose Winchester? Dark dimensions, the concept of a living world of oddities that exists in the fold between this reality and another. Definitely worth the buy. Dwrk story reminds me of the Winchester Mansion, which is supposedly a true story. The only exciting thing about the story was the history of the house, which Wizards Quest Solitaire told through a couple of puzzles. I also found the adventure component to be Homeciming easy.
I like the story very much. But for their next game, I definitely want to see more of the adventure component. Rocky was used realistically too, so he wasn't randomly sprouting wings, or reaching in to spaces too small. The Dancing Rocky was fabulous. I thought the story was pretty good, if a little bland. I simply enjoyed playing this game. There is a lot of tasks to be solved, maybe too much. Lots of nice puzzles with clever, creative, and cool solutions. No vivid or unpleasant images to stick in your mind. The new Dark Dimensions game is definitely my new favourite for the year. Bonus game was a bit short, disappointing for a CE. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Diezelpuppy1 from Evil vines, puppy love, an a lot of hope that this is not the last Dark Dimension The Dark Dimensions series never ceases to amaze. Differences are standard. The adventure component was probably the low point of the game for me, but that being said, it was still quite fun. The bonus match 3 was a little random but enjoyable.I don't know why people are complaining There were cutscenes just as my interest was starting to waver, which would drag me back in temporarily. Constantly interesting and no dull bits. I like the story very much. It had a great opening, and I was excited for what was going to happen next, but from there, there was a lack of events. Rocky- Rocky is our animal helper for this game. There weren't too many of them at once the most was three and there was an indication of when they could be used. This is one helper I do love, so funny and cute. I felt they were underacted in certain parts, especially by the voice-artist for Corrine. Anyway, The house parts reminds of morphing objects which I love! The graphics, varied HO scenes, and mini-games are stellar. Great Job!!! This part I thought was unnecessary, but some people love the extra perk. Filled with puzzles and HOS that are partly puzzles themselves. Diary- Kept track of important discoveries, but unfortunately, it was picture notes only and no text.
There were cutscenes just as my interest was starting to waver, which would drag me back in temporarily. Rose Winchester? The story was ok, lots of puzzles which I love and the hops were interactive thankfully. Can you tell I've been traumatized by contractors? Keep them coming!! Hidden objects are not as easy as I expected, but I gladly solved all of them. Lots of places to go and things to do, map was ok, not the best. I only wish that game had several more sections that became increasingly more difficult. Rocky was used realistically too, so he wasn't randomly sprouting wings, or reaching in to spaces too small. What I did like about this story though was the creep factor. A dark dimension overlaps part of Barton Mansion, which is probably why people keep disappearing whenever they go near the place. The adventure component was probably the low point of the game for me, but that being said, it was still quite fun. This game made me laugh out loud.